🚫 Is It OK To Delete Comments?

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Building a fandom and community is the heart of sharing content and art. But along with positive attention comes the negative, and at times trolls and harassment can seem neverending. 

As a creator’s audience grows, so do their tough decisions around content moderation. When is deleting negative comments on social media ok? How do you handle aggressive commenters and parasocial boundaries? What is too much?

Passionfruit Contributor John-Michael Bond spoke with five creators to discover the best practices that guide their comments section. Read their policies below.


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Is it OK to delete comments? 5 creators on how they moderate content online

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